People walking along Cappuccino Strip in Fremantle © Tourism Western Australia

Cappuccino Strip, Fremantle, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

How to shop Perth, with Elizabeth Clarke

Couple shopping in the King Street Precinct in Perth © Tourism Western Australia

King Street, Perth, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

King Street, in the centre of the city, is lined with beautiful heritage buildings – it looks like a movie set! – as well as being home to international fashion houses like Chanel and Gucci.

Elizabeth Clarke, Fashion Editor & Columnist, the West Australian newspaper. 

We are a creative city that supports its artists and provides infrastructure for emerging designers.

Top tip

“The Northbridge neighbourhood of the central city area is a great go-to for slightly left-of-centre fashion and fabulous vintage,” Elizabeth says.

Bohème Luxe shop on Napoleon St in Cottesloe © Bohème Luxe

Bohème Luxe, Cottesloe, Western Australia © Bohème Luxe

Napoleon Street is the main hub and home to multi-brand boutiques like Love StoryACO and Boheme Luxe. You can indulge in almost any label you desire here, from Isabel Marant and Stella McCartney to Anine Bing and Ulla Johnson.

Top tip

District boasts an impressive collection of European design brands,” Elizabeth says. It’s in Subiaco, a 10-minute drive west of Perth city centre.

Shop interior at Iridescent Sea in in South Fremantle © Iridescent Sea

Iridescent Sea, South Terrace, South Fremantle, Western Australia © Iridescent Sea

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